Parenting Tip - Take Care of Your Child's Health

Take care of your child's health:

"A hundred years from now, it will not matter what my bank account was, what kind of house I lived in, or what kind of car I traveled to.

Most of us think we are healthy if we don't breastfeed too much. Sorry to say that it is not true. So in order to live in a "healthy lifestyle" we need the perfect combination of: -
Physical well-being: - Includes nutritious food, physical exercise, appropriate weight, adequate sleep and rest.
B - mental well-being: - consists of a sense of value, attitude / ideas and actions optimistic, self-ownership can realize their potential, live and work productively. Relationships with others and contribute to society.
Spiritual well-being: - Encourages inner peace, resourcefulness and provides a sense of satisfaction.

These few suggestions with your child will help you develop healthy eating habits:
# Be sure to eat breakfast every day even if it's just a cup and a cup of milk. It saves energy for today.
# Eat slowly, take time to eat and chew food.It takes about 20 minutes for the brain to tell the body that you are full.
The ideal diet should aim to eat at least five servings of fruits and vegetables daily.
Ideal meal should include more whole grains such as dahlia, brown rice, barley, corn, quinoa, millet, popcorn and rye.
# Reward them with praise, not sugary snacks, chocolate or ice cream.
# Childhood obesity is not always genetic or uncontrollable, a healthy weight can be maintained by dieting and proper exercise.
# Processed foods are full of sugar, sodium, calories and unhealthy fats because they hinder healthy brain development and the baby's immune system.
# Exercise regularly. Persuade outdoor sports to promote a healthy lifestyle. Sixty minutes of daily physical activity is recommended for children even for you. Plan more indoor and outdoor activities for your child.
# Turn off your TV, iPad, Xbox, computer, mobile phone, surf the web and motivate them to spend more time playing outdoor games. Play with your child, dance together, and stroll together after dinner instead of watching TV.
# Instead of going to the mall or theater, go for a walk or climb.
# Keep away from tobacco, alcohol and other drugs.

Alternative - biscuits / chips / cookies / cakes / pastries
With - fresh fruits / nuts / salads / sprouts

Alternative - soft drinks / sweetened soda / canned juices / instant soups
With - fresh juices without sugar / fresh soups / whole fruits

Alternative - white noodles / white bread
With - wheat spaghetti / multi-grain wheat bread

Alternative - high calorie fast food / fast food / frozen foods / processed foods
With - Homemade healthy food includes more leafy vegetables and whole grains.

Substitute - cheese, canned vegetables, ready to cook meals
With - protein-rich foods such as poultry-free meat, poultry, fish, eggs, seeds, nuts, beans, legumes, soy products and dairy products such as milk, yogurt and yogurt.

Substitute butter
With - olive oil / margarine.

# Don't insist on a "clean plate", they will never learn when to stop and eat just to finish food even when they feel full.
# Instead of "don't eat too many chocolates / biscuits" says eat healthy fruits / salad. This will not make them feel deprived.
# drink a lot of water. At least 8-10 cups a day.
Finally, the representation of positive roles is crucial. practice what you preach.